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Dr. Wang joined Marquette University in 2003 after earning her PhD in Economics at the University of Oregon. Her area of expertise is in applied international economics, primarily related to international trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) issues. Dr. Wang’s research focuses on the determinants of FDI as well as macroeconomic impacts of FDI in host countries. She teaches international trade courses at the graduate and undergraduate level in addition to undergraduate econometrics and principles of economics.
Dr. Wang is on the Board of Editors of International Advances in Economic Research and Economics and Finance Research. She is also a research associate for the Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston.
Wang, Miao and Hong Zhuang (2019) “How do Firms in the Private Sector Perceive Constraints to Doing Business in China?” Global Economic Review: Perspectives on East Asian Economies and Industries, 48: 113-143.
Wang, Miao, Yin, Haiyan, Yang, Jiawen and Hong Zhuang (2019). “Bank Efficiency and Regional Economic Growth: Evidence from China”. Annals of Economics and Finance, 20: 661-689.
Wang, Miao, Wong, M.C. Sunny and Jim Granato (2015) “International Comovement of Economic Fluctuations: A Spatial Analysis”. World Development, 67: 186–201.
Wang, Miao, Wong, M.C. Sunny and Shalendra Sharma (2014). “FDI Location and the Relevance of Spatial Linkages: Evidence from Provincial and Industry FDI in China”. Review of International Economics, 22:86-104.
Wang, Miao, Wong, M.C. Sunny and Jim Granato (2013). “The Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on International Migration: Does Education Matter?” World Economy, 36: 537-562.